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The first installment of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows will no doubt break box office records and amass staggering gross revenues both here and abroad. Millions of rabid fans will flock to see the film, regardless of its quality, because it is about Harry Potter, the wunderkind wizard of J.
Emma Watson, 21, the suddenly adult star of the Harry Potter films — the final installment of which is rocking the box office as we speak — may be in the limelight for reasons other than her higher education plans, but everyone's still whispering about what might be in store for Hogwarts' favorite brainiac after she reportedly had so much trouble adjusting to life at Brown University.
With only nine days to go for the premiere of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, Potter fans have been working themselves into a frenzy not only trying to get tickets to the midnight screening, but also to find out just how similar the movie is to the book.
Daniel Radcliffe, here walking near his home in New York's West Village on Tuesday, has caused a major problem for Warner Brothers, the company behind the Harry Potter franchise. This summer, Radcliffe is starring in the 50th anniversary revival of the Broadway musical How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.